Core Bank

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Core Bank

A commercial bank that is a major presence globally or in a certain area. For example Goldman Sachs is a core bank worldwide. Core banks have highly diversified assets but carry a great deal of systemic risk. Some may be considered too big to fail.
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The plan should include how the regulators will evaluate competitive differences between core and non-core banks in the United States, between core banks and consolidated supervised entities, and between U.